Following the Côte Bleue, and after a few kilometres, you will reach the Camargue Regional Natural Park with its pink flamingos and bulls. Wild and deserted lands, between salt flats and sand dunes as far as the eye can see, which can be explored at a walk, a trot or a gallop, exclusively on horseback!
Continue your journey to the ancient theatre, the arena or the Roman circus of Arles. Classified as a city of art and history and a UNESCO site, Arles has Roman and Romanesque monuments on the World Heritage List. You can also visit the Van Gogh Foundation, which stayed in Arles for many years and was inspired by it. The city is also looking to the future with the new Luma foundation designed by the famous architect Frank Gehry.
Avignon is only 1 hour 15 minutes from Marseille and is famous for its papal palace and ramparts, which you can admire on a day trip.
The Pont du Gard, a UNESCO site, is an exceptional site for the preservation of this Roman aqueduct dating from the 1st century. A masterpiece of engineering on 3 levels that spans the Gardon river.
The Luberon offers you the charm of its stone villages, its open-air markets, its lavender fields and its good restaurants where time disappears.